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Minimum of 1 year, full-time PICU RN experience is required. Must be current and within the last year. Home health and corrections are not applicable for this position.
Credentials: Current AHA BLS, ACLS, and PALS certifications are required. PACTS certification is preferred, not required.
Floating:Must be willing to float to Pediatric TCU and/or medical-surgical pediatric units depending on needs.
Skillset: Must be comfortable working in a Level I pediatric trauma center and assisting with central line placement and bedside bronchoscopies. Familiarity with care protocols for ventilated pediatric patients and treatments such as ECMO and CRRT required. Competency with EVDs, ICP monitoring, insulin drips, and vasopressors are also required.
Education:Must have a current RN license and be in good standing with the state board of nursing
Please note you will be asked about your COVID vaccine status at the time of your interview. Vaccine guidelines vary between facility partners and geographic regions.
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Rates are subject to change without prior notice and are driven by the marketplace and facility needs. Assigned rates fall within listed ranges.
CareRev is working for the future of healthcare with a marketplace platform that connects healthcare professionals and facilities on demand. Through our technology, professionals are empowered to work where and when they want, while facilities get direct access to a qualified, flexible workforce that responds to patient demand.